[Humanist] 27.114 events: human-computer; Oxford summer school; THATCamp Buenos Aires

Humanist Discussion Group willard.mccarty at mccarty.org.uk
Mon Jun 10 22:59:59 CEST 2013

                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 27, No. 114.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
                Submit to: humanist at lists.digitalhumanities.org

  [1]   From:    Barbara Bordalejo <bb268 at nyu.edu>                         (20)
        Subject: THATCamp Buenos Aires

  [2]   From:    James Cummings <James.Cummings at it.ox.ac.uk>               (48)
        Subject: 10 Days left to book: Digital.Humanities @ Oxford Summer
                School 2013

  [3]   From:    Willard Mccarty <W.Mccarty at uws.edu.au>                   (124)
        Subject: Fourth International Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction,
                Tourism and Cultural Heritage

        Date: Sun, 9 Jun 2013 19:08:41 -0400
        From: Barbara Bordalejo <bb268 at nyu.edu>
        Subject: THATCamp Buenos Aires

Dear colleagues,

Registration is open for THATCamp Buenos Aires.


You can follow us on Twitter @THATCampBaires or like us in Facebook

For those who cannot attend, we are organising a Google Hangout (you still
need to register for it).



Estimados colegas,

Están abiertas las inscripciones para THATCamp Buenos Aires

THATCamp Buenos Aires está pautado para el 22 de julio del año en curso.

Pueden seguirnos en Twitter @THATCampBaires o en Facebook

También estamos organizando un Google hangout para los que no puedan
asistir al evento. Para participar virtualmente deberán inscribirse como
participantes indicando su interés en participar a distancia.

Muchos saludos,


        Date: Mon, 10 Jun 2013 16:46:17 +0100
        From: James Cummings <James.Cummings at it.ox.ac.uk>
        Subject: 10 Days left to book: Digital.Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013

*Only 10 days left to book!*

Places for this year's Digital.Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 
are filling up already, so book your place soon! Visit 
http://digital.humanities.ox.ac.uk/dhoxss/2013/ for more information.

If you are awaiting the results of local funding and want to to 
see whether your chosen workshop is almost full, email 
courses at it.ox.ac.uk to find out!

The Digital.Humanities @ Oxford Summer School (DHOxSS) is an 
annual event for anyone working in the Digital Humanities. This 
year's Summer School will be held on 8 - 12 July, at the 
University of Oxford. If you are a researcher, project manager, 
research assistant, or student of the Humanities, this is an 
opportunity for you to learn about the tools and methodology of 
digital humanities, and to make contact with others in your 
field. You will be introduced to topics spanning from creating, 
managing, analysing, modelling, visualizing, to publication of 
digital data for the Humanities. Visit 
http://digital.humanities.ox.ac.uk/dhoxss/2013/ for more information.

With the DHOxSS's customisable schedule, you book on one of our 
five-day workshops, and supplement this by booking several guest 
lectures from experts in their fields.

The main five-day workshops this year are:

1. Cultural Connections: exchanging knowledge and widening 
participation in the Humanities
2. How to do Digital Humanities: Discovery, Analysis and 
3. A Humanities Web of Data: publishing, linking and querying on 
the semantic web.
4. An Introduction to XML and the Text Encoding Initiative
5. An Introduction to XSLT for Digital Humanists

There are a variety of evening events including a peer-reviewed 
poster session to give delegates a chance to demonstrate their 
work to the other delegates and speakers. The Thursday evening 
sees an elegant drinks reception and three-course banquet at 
historic Queen's College, Oxford! (Well worth it!)

DHOxSS is a collaboration for Digital.Humanities @ Oxford between 
the University of Oxford's IT Services, the Oxford e-Research 
Centre (OeRC), the Bodleian Libraries, and The Oxford Research 
Centre in the Humanities.

If you have questions, then email us at courses at it.ox.ac.uk for 
More details at: http://digital.humanities.ox.ac.uk/dhoxss/2013/

James Cummings,
Director of DHOxSS

Dr James Cummings, James.Cummings at it.ox.ac.uk
Academic IT Services, University of Oxford

        Date: Mon, 10 Jun 2013 18:36:20 +0000
        From: Willard Mccarty <W.Mccarty at uws.edu.au>
        Subject: Fourth International Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction, Tourism and Cultural Heritage
        In-Reply-To: <20130610183559.6166.qmail at webmaildh4.aruba.it>

HCITOCH 2013 :: Fourth International Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction,
Tourism and Cultural Heritage :: Call for Papers :: Rome, Italy :: September
26 - 27, 2013
AInCI :: International Association of Interactive Communication (Asociacion
Internacional de la Comunicacion Interactiva) :: www.ainci.com
ALAIPO :: Latin Association of Human-Computer Interaction (Asociacion Latina
de Interaccion Persona Ordenador) :: www.alaipo.com
Fourth International Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction, Tourism and
Cultural Heritage (HCITOCH 2013): Strategies for a Creative Future with
Computer Science, Quality Design and Communicability :: Rome, Italy ::
September 26 - 27, 2013:
HCITOCH 2013 will be composed of research presentations, keynote lectures,
invited presentations, doctoral consortium, demo session and poster
Papers must be submitted following the instructions found on the submission
of papers section. All accepted papers will be published in the respective
conference proceedings (in printed book form, CD/DVD and magazine) by
international and prestigious publishing houses in America and Europe:

1) Post-conference publishing book: "Advanced Research and Trends in New
Technologies, Software, Human-Computer Interaction and Communicability". IGI
Global: Hershey, Pennsylvania - USA

2) An academic CD proceedings version –not commercial (distribution in the
room), with ISBN 978.88.96.471.23.4 and DOI: 10.978.8896471/234

3) The papers are will be submitted for indexation by EI COMPENDEX, INSPEC,

4) Magazine in America / EU

Very Important: The authors can present more than one paper with only one
registration (maximum 3 papers).

All contributions should be of high quality, originality, clarity,
significance, impact and not published elsewhere or submitted for
publication during the review period. In the current international workshop
it is demonstrated how with a correct integration among professionals of
formal and factual sciences interesting research lines in the following
subjects Human-Computer Interaction, Tourism, Cultural Heritage, Quality
Design, Communicability, Ubiquitous Computing and other computational areas
are solicited on, but not limited to:

:: Advances in Hypermedia Systems
:: Archeological Sites Management
:: Audio-visual Communication and Multimedia
:: Blended Learning
:: Character for Guided Tour and Behaviour Computer Animation
:: Cognitive Models and Critical Design
:: Communicability
:: Computational Graphics
:: Computer Aided Education (CAE)
:: Computer Arts
:: Computer-Aided Design (CAD)
:: Cross-Cultural and Internationalization of Design
:: Cultural Heritage and Social Networking
:: Database Application Development
:: Development of Research and Education in Heritage Conservation
:: Digital Divide
:: Digital Literacy Trainings
:: Digitization for Preservation
:: Distributed Computing and Networking
:: E-book
:: Eco-design
:: E-commerce
:: E-culture
:: E-government
:: Electronic Presentation, Publishing, and Digital Libraries
:: Embedded Computing
:: Emerging Technologies
:: Emotional Design
:: Ergonomics
:: Future Challenges of Visualization Methods
:: Human Factors and Computer Science
:: Human-Computer Interaction
:: Human-Robot Interaction
:: Image Processing: Color Correction, Image Warping, Morphing and Painting
:: Immersive Multimedia, Mixed Reality and Virtual Reality
:: Indexing and Search Technique for Hypermedia Databases
:: Information Technology and Communication for Regional Development
:: Integration of Artificial Intelligence with other Technologies for the
:: Intelligent and Adaptable Systems
:: Interactive Systems for Cultural and Ecological Heritage
:: Journalism On-line: Discursive Analysis
:: Knowledge-Based Simulation
:: Marketing, Tourism and Geospatial Information Systems
:: Methodologies for Heuristic Evaluation of the Quality
:: Microinformatics for Conservation and Promotion of Cultural Heritage
:: Mobile Network Security
:: Multimedia for Assessing Tourist Demand in World Heritage Sites
:: Online Museum
:: Open Source Software
:: Photography and Illustration Digital
:: Preservation and Image Restoration of Digital Culture
:: Quality Attributes and Metrics for Interactive Systems
:: Reusability of the Current Digital Archiving Solutions
:: Role of Local Community and ICTs in Cultural Heritage Management
:: Semiotics for Interactive Design
:: Software Engineering
:: Software Testing, Evaluation and Analysis Technologies
:: Speech and Natural Language Interfaces
:: Storytelling and Augmented Realities
:: Tangible User Interfaces
:: Technological and Economical Valuation of Natural and Cultural Heritage
:: Telecommunications and Marketing Models in the Museum as Distributed
:: Teleworking
:: Tourism Enterprise Information Systems and Intelligent Agents
:: Tourism Technology Management
:: Ubiquitous Computing
:: Usability Engineering
:: Video games
:: Virtual Architecture and Hypergraphics
:: Virtual Campus and Distance Education
:: Virtual Simulation and Quality in Heritage and Historic Environments
:: Virtual Travel Agencies
:: Visitor and ICTs Impact Management for World Heritage Sites
:: Visual Effects and Cinema Digital
:: Visualization Tools and Systems for Simulation and Modeling
:: Web 2.0 and Web 3.0
:: Web TV, 3D TV and Stereo Visualization
:: Wireless and Mobile Computer Science


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